The British National Party’s national treasurer David Hannam dealt in detail with the party’s finances and answered the most common questions people have on the topic at a 60-strong meeting in Leicestershire over the past weekend.
“Mr Hannam gave a comprehensive presentation regarding the financial situation within the party,” reported meeting chairman, Councillor James North.
“Mr Hannam showed the audience a series of figures dating back to 2003 and explained the improvements the party has made in recent years.
“With use of evidence such as invoices and statements he answered a number of the most common questions and misconceptions people have with regards to party finances and showed a breakdown of what the money is spent on and where it goes,” Cllr North said.
Main speaker at the meeting was co-founder of the BNP and Advisory Council member Richard Edmonds who delivered an illuminating speech on jobs and the economy.
“Never one to make a statement without the relevant evidence to back it up, Mr Edmonds presented facts and figures which showed the extraordinary amount of debt Britain carries and which Britain owes to countries like China and Japan,” Cllr North explained.
“Not only was he adamant that the Lib-Lab-Con are all the same and all to blame, but he also showed by way of historical examples how the British people can and will survive the economic crisis just as they survived during the 1930s.”
Mr Edmonds pointed out that the only solution to the national economic crisis would be a three-point policy to get Britain back to work, control the finance centres of London and to rebuild British industry.
In his short introductory speech, Cllr North made a point of congratulating the brave men and women who stood as candidates for the party during the general election.